- Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Mercedes
Red Bull 'untouchable' - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg says the two Red Bulls are "untouchable" at Abu Dhabi this weekend after they finished another Friday practice session clear at the top of the timesheets.
Sebastian Vettel was fastest ahead of team-mate Mark Webber in the second practice session, with Rosberg fifth overall and over 0.4s off the pace. He believes Mercedes has a good chance of being best of the rest but does not think it will challenge Red Bull.
"This morning it was not possible to learn much and then this evening the conditions are exactly like we'll have tomorrow in qualifying and also in the race," he said. "As always the aim is to be the best of the rest behind Red Bull because they are untouchable and it's looking good for now."
Asked whether he could repeat his second place finish a week ago in India, he said his only hope was one of the Red Bulls retiring.
"It depends how Mark's luck is this weekend. If he's as unlucky as he has been in the last few races then for sure again I can be on the podium."
On the tyres, he added: "It's on the limit between one stop and two stop, just like we saw in India."
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